The High Holidays
by Rabbi Binyomin Weisz
The path to true acceptance is unlocked by the shofar.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Erasing your actions is a lot harder than deleting an internet post. Here's what it takes.
by Elizabeth Kurtz
Sweet and delicious menu ideas for Yom Tov and for all year around.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
What you focus on creates your reality. This Rosh Hashanah choose your vision.
by Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum
Let this year’s shofar blast take on a whole new meaning.
by Bluma Gordon
Because your life journey requires extensive preparation.
Live like the person you want to be.
by Debbie Gutfreund
I don’t know how or when the pandemic will end, but I know that the miracle of life is now.
by Sarah Rudolph
The pandemic has made us more sensitive to the fact that everyone has the capacity to harm another – with our germs, with our words, with our actions.
The pandemic has enabled us to encounter our selves with a dose of honesty.
Coming to terms with the challenges and opportunities of connecting to God.
by Rabbi Yehonasan Gefen
As Yom Kippur approaches, here are inspiring lessons from this seminal figure.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
How to best respond to someone who has hurt us.
by Rabbi Shmuel Reichman
Yom Kippur provides the unique opportunity to transcend our physical limitations and embrace our truest sense of self.
by Heather Dean
Rabbi David Aaron explains how we can obtain forgiveness.
by Rabbi Yoel Gold
A true story about second chances.
by Rabbi Dr. Benji Levy
Ideas on how to make your Synagogue experience meaningful.
Stop giving so much credit to the person who hurt you. Discover the greatest gift of liberation you can give yourself.
Your death is a matter of when, not if. So now is the time to get moving.
by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen
An inspiring true story about survival, kindness and the way to treat others.
by Eitiel Goldwicht
It's our choices in life that define who we really are.
Try some of these healthy recipes with alongside some of your traditional favorites to ensure a hydrated day.
by Rabbi Daniel Fine
A helpful translation and application of the first section of Viduy that will make your confession more meaningful.
by Rabbi Dov Heller, LMFT
Keep these ideas in mind to prevent Yom Kippur from becoming a day of shame and guilt.
Jewish principles for change have been corroborated by recent discoveries in brain science.
by Yael Zoldan M.A.
As the New Year is rapidly approaching, I’m relieved to know that this year I’m not asking for too much.
by Rabbi Yisroel Majeski and NesProductions
Now's the time to realize your inner riches.
by Dr. Ari Grubner
How to set SMART goals for the new year.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
10 essential insights that go to the heart of Judaism.
3 steps to embracing your potential.
We want to count on God, but can He count on us? We want Him to think of us but how often do we think of Him?
by Chanania (Michael) Benklifa
Your boss is evaluating how you spent every minute and the report will be published.
by Devora Shabtai
I experienced my most powerful Elul as a therapist at an inpatient treatment center for substance abuse.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Ways to connect on Rosh Hashanah when you’re not in synagogue.
by Gitta Bixenspanner
Delicious desserts for any occasion, and perfect for festive meals between Rosh Hashanah and Simchat Torah.
by Jody Berkel
Three awesome things about the Days of Awe.
by Alyssa Rachel Gross
Practical steps on how to get closer to your best self the New Year.
Orange theory and pushing yourself to grow this time of the year.
by Chayi Hanfling
Overcoming anger towards others can actually change our relationship with God.
Tapping into the power of free will is the key to preparing for Rosh Hashanah.
by Rabbi Philip Moskowitz
If a hotshot came in and took over your job, what would he or she immediately be doing differently?
These recipes are the perfect twist on classic dishes to bring in the new year.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Start by thinking small - and in that way change ourselves and our own world.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
The three Rs of repentance.
Chief Editor's Blog
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
Judaism's 5 steps to cleaning your slate.
by Stephen Safer
Are you travelling in the wrong direction?
Including the mitzvah to eat a festive meal the day before the holy day.
Forgiveness is the only way to live with the past without being held prisoner by it.
by Gina Frankel
For a little while, we forgot the straw, the supervisors and the prison.
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